Posts Tagged "Smoky Mountain Jeeps"


New Dollywood Summer Discount

New Dollywood Summer Discount


Posted By on Jun 25, 2017

WOW – here’s a discount we weren’t expecting. Dollywood is having a special going on right now where if you buy one-day tickets before July 9th and use them between now and July 31st for this year, the price of each ticket will be the same price as a child ticket. It breaks down like this: Regular (Ages 12-59): $68.00 Child Price: $55.00 Savings: $13.00 Senior (Ages 60+): $63.00 Child Price: $55.00 Savings: $8.00 And...

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Summer Special For 2017


Posted By on May 26, 2017

There’s a lot about Summer 2017 you already know right now. You know this weekend is Memorial Day. You know June is the functional start of Summer in the Smokies. You know school will be out soon and that you and your family all dyin’ to get in some Smoky Mountain fun the first chance you get. But what you might not know is that Summit Cabin Rentals is doing a 7-day $995.00 special for our 1-2 bedroom cabins on all...

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Looking for some ideas of where to take a Smoky Mountain Jeep to in the Smokies? Take a look: The Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge                 The Island in Pigeon Forge                 The Smoky Mountains National Park                 Cades Cove                 Emerts Cove...

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How close are we to Spring here in the Smokies? We’re only 4 days away from “Spring Forward” Daylight Savings Time. Can you believe that? Although that’s the same for most the rest of the country, it still aligns nicely with the blooming flowers, blooming trees, warming weather and upcoming events like Spring Break and Dollywood’s Festival of the Nations as their grand reopening for 2017 and every other...

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Smoky Mountains Newfound Gap

Smoky Mountains Newfound Gap


Posted By on Mar 10, 2015

The most popular drive through the park is Newfound Gap Road, which is 26 miles long and crosses the park to the southeast. It begins at Sugarlands which is at an elevation of 1,436 feet, it rises to more than 5,000 feet above sea level at Newfound Gap. The road descends down to 3,000 feet to Oconaluftee Visitors Center at the main entrance to the park from North Carolina. Oconaluftee Visitors Center is also a treasure trove of...

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